• Helping animals more important than birthday presents for Elburn youth

    Lindsey Pietras, 7, of Elburn, is an avid fan of “Animal Planet,” watching it every day to see people help animals overcome adversity.

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  • Help make the increasing public interest in politics continue

    A more informed and engaged public can only be a positive thing, and we hope the increased attention on public issues remains as a long-term trend.

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  • Flooding still problem for Mallard Point

    More than 100 residents of the Mallard Point subdivision in Sugar Grove attended a meeting on Tuesday called by the Village Board to listen to flooding and drainage concerns.

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  • Rockin’ out

    Ian Napiorkowski, 12, of Elburn, enjoys a night of Rock Band and Wii Sports at the Town and Country Public Library’s game night Tuesday in Elburn.

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  • Swan fulfilled by public service

    Craig Swan has found his more than 14 years as an Elburn Village Trustee personally rewarding.

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  • Police chief wants more lenient garbage ordinance

    Elburn Police Chief Jim Linane wants the village to approve a less restrictive garbage pickup ordinance in response to residents' concerns.

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  • Bowlers solved by Fenton at home

    Kaneland lost a close bowling battle with visiting Fenton on Wednesday, Jan. 21, by a final of 2,675-2,651.

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  • Wrestling nabs two seconds against WSC best at Sycamore

    Sycamore High School was the site of the annual Western Sun Conference tournament, and Kaneland wrestling had some success.

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  • Loss to DeKalb drops boys hoops to .500

    DeKalb boys basketball is surging lately, and not even Kaneland could stand in their way on Friday night.

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  • KHS girls lose in final seconds

    Last year, Kaneland girls basketball fought to double overtime before losing to DeKalb at KHS.

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  • Holiday Spirit Committee thanks community for support

    The Holiday Spirit Committee continues to be touched each year by this community's ongoing generosity.

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  • Emergency food programs show increase in need

    Hunger is an everyday issue in our communities, and a troubled economy has only intensified this problem.

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  • Thank you for helping the Elburn food pantry

    On behalf of the Board of Directors and the volunteer staff of the Elburn Countryside Food Pantry, we want to sincerely thank all those individuals, organizations, Scout troops, schools and businesses who so generously donated to the...

    • Posted January 30, 2009
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  • Spring into Spring dance

    Kaneland High School will host a Spring into Spring dance on is having a Spring into Spring dance on Feb. 28, 2009.

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  • English as a second language course

    The Town & Country Public Library will offer another English as a Second Language course for non-English speaking adults in the Fox Valley.

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  • Local students named to Augustana College fall term Dean’s List

    Sara Michelle Bihner, Matthew Peter Bowman, April J. Runde, Amanda N. Lindoo and Maray Ellise Rhoades, all of Elburn, were named to the Dean's List at Augustana College for the 2008 fall term.

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  • Notice of meeting cancellation

    The Kaneville Public Library District Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2009, at 6:30 p.m., is cancelled.

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  • Washburn goes to Springfield

    Debbie Washburn attended the inauguration of the 96th General Assembly in Springfield, and witnessed the swearing in of members of the state House of Representatives, including 50th District Rep. Kay Hatcher.

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  • Local resident graduates with honors

    2nd Lt. Ted Lauzen recently graduated with honors from the U.S. Marine Corps’ Basic School in Quantico, Va.

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  • Don’t just get rid of the governor, get rid of the tollway

    Pat Quinn, once he becomes governor, should not only remove Rod Blagojevich’s name from Illinois’ tollway roads, but he should remove the tollbooths as well.

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  • Wildlife Center auction includes luxurious vacation

    The Fox Valley Wildlife Center is holding its Seventh Annual Winter Dinner/Auction on Saturday, Feb. 7.

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  • Unhappy with editorial page

    I was disgusted with the direction of your editorial page in Thursday’s Herald—another lauding of our new president who has yet to prove himself, and that shoe-throwing cartoon above it putting down a man who just gave...

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  • The EBS Winter Clinics are back

    All clinics are held at Blackberry Creek Elementary School.

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  • Country Cousins group gathers Feb. 5

    The February meeting of the Country Cousins Unit of the Kane County Association for Home and Community Education will be held on Thursday, Feb. 5, at the Elburn Town and Country Library.

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  • Lunch Bunch meets Feb. 3

    The Kaneville Lunch Bunch will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2009, at noon.

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  • Delnor Orthokids program seeks local volunteers

    The Orthokids aquatic exercise class, a therapeutic course for children with neurological and orthopedic conditions, needs the help of the community.

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  • Tooth Fairy Mission

    Sugar Grove United Methodist Church invites the community to help the homeless at Hesed House with donated supplies or financial donations to be used for dental purchases during the month of February.

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  • Local residents recognized as students of the month

    To receive this honor, students are selected by their program instructors because they have demonstrated the ability to do excellent work and accomplish goals for their particular career training during the past month.

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  • News anchor and best-selling author to speak at St. Peter Church

    Award-winning journalist and best-selling author Raymond Arroyo will discuss Engaging the Culture on Monday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m. at St. Peter Church, 1891 Kaneville Road in Geneva.

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  • This week in sports 1/29-2/5

    A look at this week’s KHS sports schedule

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  • Allyson Jayne Reilley

    Rob and Katie Reilley of Elburn are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Allyson Jayne, who was born Jan. 8, 2009, at Delnor-Community Hospital in Geneva.

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  • Matthew Daniel Kray

    Daniel and Teresa Kray of Elburn announce the birth of their son, Matthew Daniel, Dec. 10, 2008, at Delnor-Community Hospital in Geneva.

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